- Raccoon hunting is open statewide through Jan. 31.
- Bobcat hunting begins Jan. 1. See pages 28-29 of the Fur Harvester Digest for open areas and bag limits.
- Fox (gray and red) hunting opportunities are available statewide through March 1.
- Coyote hunting is open year-round, statewide.
Opportunities for trapping badger, beaver, bobcat, coyote, fox, muskrats, mink, otter and raccoon are available through the winter.
See the 2019 Fur Harvester Digest for season dates, unit boundaries, bag limits and other regulations.
Your 2019 base license is valid through March 31, 2020, so there is still time to get out for some small game hunting.
Cottontail rabbit, snowshoe hare and squirrel (fox and gray) hunting are open statewide through March 31.
See the 2019 Hunting Digest for small game season dates and bag limits.
Archery season is extended through Jan. 31 for Macomb, Oakland and Wayne counties. All rules and regulations for the archery season apply. Hunters should check on local ordinances in the communities they are interested in hunting to make sure hunting is allowed or to see whether only specific areas are open for the extended season. State game and wildlife areas in all three counties are open to hunting during this extended season.
Visit Michigan.gov/Deer or see the 2019 Hunting Digest for all deer hunting details.
There’s still time to bag a champion goose in the South Zone and Allegan County Goose Management Unit (GMU).
- Dark and light goose hunting is open Jan. 25 – Feb. 10.
Allegan County Goose Management Unit:
- Dark and light goose hunting is open through Jan. 30. (The Fennville Farm Unit of the Allegan State Game Area is closed to goose hunting on Mondays and Wednesdays during the GMU season).
Waterfowl hunting dates, bag limits and regulations are available at Michigan.gov/Waterfowl.